After seven years, Resident Evil 4 is returning to the PC, only this time the hordes of maniacal backwoods villagers bearing down on you will be rendered in modern, high-definition graphics.
This version of Resident Evil 4 is described by Capcom as the "Ultimate HD" iteration of the game. This means that it includes high-definition graphics running at 60 frames per second - a first for the game - as well as all of the additional content released for Resident Evil 4 in its many, many incarnations to date. Resident Evil 4 will support the full range of Steam features, from Achievements to Trading Cards to gamepad support.
When Resident Evil 4 reaches Steam on February 28 it will feature a $20 price tag. According to Capcom, those who pre-order the HD re-release will receive a "60+ track digital music album" as well as an "80+ page digital archive (English language only) featuring Resident Evil 4 characters, creatures, story, concept art, and more." Full details can be found on the game's Steam page.